Breathing Retraining: From the Sick and Victims to Superhumans
Breathing Slower and Less: The Greatest Health Discovery Ever
2-3 times more than the medical norm, most people believe that they
have good or normal breathing. Some of them even say that they are
"barely breathing". But normal breathing is so tiny that healthy people
experience virtually no sensations in relation to their breathing at rest.
Over 90% of modern people suffer from breathing problems. The common
problems include chest breathing, mouth breathing,
and hyperventilation (increased minute ventilation), all of which
reduce oxygen levels in body cells and promote chronic diseases.
Among main causes of over-breathing in modern population are drastic changes in diet and a lack of physical exercise with 100% nose breathing. During the 1960's-70's, consumption of carbohydrates (both, sugars and starches) was dramatically increased, the Food Pyramid was invented and became popular, and dietary fats became enemies.
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Best ever-known clinical trials on asthma and cancer: breathing
The best ever clinical trials on cancer
(6 times less mortality for an experimental group with metastatic
cancer) and asthma (over 90% reduction in medication in 6 independent
Western trials) involved the same breathing exercises of one
This breathing technique is officially approved by one
Ministry of Health and the BTS (British Thoracic Society) to treat asthma. In fact, in 2015 the BTS provided A++ score to this breathing technique for treatment of asthma. This is far better than meditation, any yoga modality, or any other alternative health option. The team
of over 150 medical doctors also had successful clinical
pilot trials (approbations) of the same therapy on people with hypertension, radiation disease,
hepatitis B, liver cirrhosis, and even HIV-AIDS.
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Natural lifestyle choices before and after breathing retraining
Body oxygen < 30 s
Body oxygen > 50 s
Medium, low, or very low
Desire to exercise
Not strong, but possible
Craving and joy of exercise
Intensive exercise with nose breathing
Hard or impossible
Easy and effortless
Typical mind states
Confusion, anxiety, depression
Focus, concentration, clarity
Craving for sugar and junk foods
Addictions to smoking, alcohol, and drugs
Desire to eat raw foods
Weak and rare
Very common and natural
Rare and requires efforts
Natural and automatic
Often of poor quality; > 7 hours
Excellent quality; < 5 hours naturally
While this breathing technique and its breathing exercises may sound new to most people, they are in fact over 5,000 years old. You can find out the same and similar meditation and mindfulness breathing exercises in the ancient Sanskrit texts.
This site also offers effective natural home remedies to get rid of a stuffy nose, stop coughing (even at night), relieve constipation and fall asleep fast using the reduced breathing meditation exercise and lifestyle techniques. The typical success rates for these remedies are about 80-90%, and these methods work in 1-3 minutes since they address the cause of symptoms and health problems. Check out the side link for specific solutions.
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